Prevent HIV Contraction After Potential Exposure

Post-exposure prophylaxis, or nPEP, is a 28-day course of medication that can be taken to help stop HIV AFTER a potential exposure. The medication has to be started within 72 hours of the event and is more effective the earlier it is taken. Since potential exposures aren’t planned events, it is easiest to get nPEP by calling your primary care provider or visiting your closest emergency room.

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Financial Assistance for nPEP Costs

The medications involved in an nPEP regimen can also be expensive, but there are resources available to help cover these costs. You can get more information on assistance programs at the Fair Pricing Coalition website.